Return of the Jack

You don’t know Jack is back. The classic trivia game is back and is live on Facebook. It was launched last Tuesday as an online game. Jellyvision has created a new version of the game and its all social this time. It will be a freemium style game and will pit social networking user scores against each other.

Friends can play against each other or they can play to beat their friend’s score in a previous game. During each game, you can see what you have scored and where you are placed. The meaningless trivia game is one of the few ‘social’ games of the social networking era.

Every player can play one free game every day. If you play well, you might get another game for free. After that, you can play more games by paying something about 30 to 40 cents per game.

The irrelevant trivia game will have you hooked to it in no time. Each game will have five questions. They could be questions asking you to match a word with another, gibberish rhyming or even multiple choice trivia questions that needs twisted understanding.

After every game you play, with your score you can unlock some privileges if you have done well and spin the loser wheel if you came last. You can post your high scores on your friend’s wall just to spite them or invite them to battle or just quietly move on to the next game.

Colorful graphic visuals, quirky questions and joy of possessing irrelevant knowledge is enough to make You don’t know Jack your favorite Facebook game.

Jellyvision is looking to bring three new episodes every week. They think a few hundred thousand players everyday is what You don’t know Jack needs now.

Soon, the game will be released in iOS and Android so users can play through their mobile phones as well.

Return of the trivia game has created quite some excitement among the social network users. There are 165 episodes for the gamers to play. They can win points by answering questions correctly, lose points by answering them wrong, gain more points by being quick and they can even purchase performance enhancers in the store.

You don’t know Jack is shaping up to be one of the best social networking games.

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